Return to Monkey Island, Sonic Frontiers and more: unveiled the dimensions on Nintendo Switch

Return to Monkey Island, Sonic Frontiers and more: unveiled the dimensions on Nintendo Switch

Return to Monkey Island, Sonic Frontiers and more

The Nintendo eShop has recently been updated to accommodate information regarding various games coming out on Nintendo Switch and in particular the space required in the memory of the console, among which we also find news such as Return to Monkey Island, Sonic Frontier, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection and many others.

So let's see the new batch of titles coming and the respective dimensions occupied in the Nintendo Switch memory:

Sonic Frontiers - 10.4GB Harvestella - 9.0GB BPM: Bullets Per Minute - 6.0GB 2weistein - The Curse of the Red Dragon 3 - Ronger Pirates - 5.7GB Easy Red 2 - 5.2GB Return to Monkey Island - 5.1GB The Hand of Glory - 4.8GB Circus Electrique - 3.8GB Disney Dreamlight Valley - Deluxe Edition - 3.7GB Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection - 2.9GB United Assault - Normandy '44 - 2.0GB Absolute Tactics: Daughters of Mercy - 1.5GB From Space - 1.5GB Martian Panic - 1.3GB Onsen Master - 1.1GB Fairy El ements - 693MB Robby's Adventure - 656MB Camped Out! - 475MB Wind of Shuriken - 419MB Kaichu: The Kaiju Dating Sim - 417MB Dorfromantik - 388MB Space Tanks - 374MB Please, Touch The Artwork - 275MB Draw Rider Remake - 160MB Paddles - 155MB Brutal Chase Turbo - 135MB Chess Brain: Dark Troops - 107 Sunny Island - 48MB Disney Dreamlight Valley - 40MB

Return to Monkey Island is remarkably compact, requiring only 5.2GB of free space on Nintendo Switch, as well as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection which amounts to just under 3 GB. The largest size recorded seems to be that of Sonic Frontier, which instead exceeds 10 GB.

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Gamescom Opening Night Live: How to Watch Online, Start Time and What You Can Expect

Video game trade show Gamescom runs Wednesday to Sunday in Germany. Before that, Tuesday's Gamescom Opening Night Live (aka Gamescom: ONL) will reveal many of the upcoming games that'll be showcased. You can expect to see Sonic Frontiers, Hogwarts Legacy, Gotham Knights, The Callisto Protocol and Return to Monkey Island, among others.

Ubiquitous host Geoff Keighley tweeted a trailer featuring some of those games, but you'll need to tune in if you want to see more.

How to watch 

It'll be livestreamed on The Game Awards' YouTube channel. We've embedded it above, so you can watch right here.

When does Gamescom Opening Night Live start?

It begins Tuesday at 11 a.m. PT, 2 p.m. ET, 7 p.m. BST and Wednesday at 4 a.m. AEST (in case any Australians want to get up super early). It'll last around two hours.

What to expect

Keighley noted that more than 30 games will appear, and tweeted a helpful sample:

  • Sonic Frontiers 
  • Hogwarts Legacy 
  • The Callisto Protocol 
  • The Outlast Trials
  • Gotham Knights 
  • Unknown Worlds new IP
  • Honkai Star Rail
  • Goat Simulator 3
  • High on Life
  • The Expanse: Telltale Series
  • Return to Monkey Island
  • A leaked Japanese Sonic Frontiers trailer suggested a Nov. 8 release date, so it's likely that'll be revealed officially on Tuesday. We should probably expect some surprises too. Maybe we'll get a firm release date for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor as well?